COVID-19 Federal Guidance and Opportunities

Updated: August 6, 2020

Lewis-Burke's COVID-19 update includes new federal guidance and opportunities related to the outbreak. As new information related to the pandemic has decreased in volume, Lewis-Burke has matched the pace with the publication of updates.

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Overview of Federal Funding Opportunities for Behavioral and Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities


October 9, 2019

The social and behavioral sciences, the humanities, and the arts have a critical role to play in answering broader scientific and social questions about technological innovation, national security, healthcare and human well-being, and sustainability, among other issues. In recent years, federal funding agencies have placed an emphasis on interdisciplinary and convergence research that has propelled researchers in the social and behavioral sciences, the humanities, and the arts to directly articulate the value and potential outcomes of their work.

To help researchers navigate this increasingly complex space, siop’s  government relations partners at lewis-burke associates llc compiles an annual overview of federal funding opportunities for behavioral and social sciences, arts, and humanities.  This document provides a broad catalog of funding that span the federal government.  I-O psychology researchers can use this guide to review updates to programs in key federal agencies of interest and to better understand research priorities of potentially unfamiliar offices.  This guide is intended to be informative and pique interest among researchers in viewing their work through interdisciplinary perspectives and considering how their findings may address priorities identified by the offices.

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Funding Opportunity: US Army Research Institute Release FSRU BAA For Basic Research

The U.S. Army Research Institute for Behavioral and Social Sciences (ARI) released a broad agency announcement (BAA) for its Foundational Science Research Unit (FSRU), which carries out the agency’s basic research in behavioral science. ARI is the Army’s main funding agency for behavioral and social science research, with the objective of improving “Army readiness and performance via research advances and applications of the behavioral and social sciences that address personnel, organization, training, and leader development issues.” Through this BAA, the Army is seeking groundbreaking multidisciplinary basic research approaches that will address difficult challenges facing the Army and lead to improvements in personnel performance. The BAA’s basic research topics of interest are listed below, with key research objectives that proposals should address listed under each topic


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